Choosing cremation is a big decision and Loving Care Cremations wants your family to be confident that it is the right choice for you. If you don’t find the information you are looking for in this section, please call at 877-346-1586 and speak to one of our funeral directors.
North Carolina Coroner Information for Families
If you have a loved one at the Coroner/Medical Examiner, please complete the release form for the county of death and fax it to Loving Care Cremations at 877-570-7605 or scan and email. This enables us to provide the coroner information and coordinate directly with the Coroner/Medical Examiner to bring your loved one into our care.

Ordering North Carolina Death Certificates

Death certificates can be ordered directly from the county in North Carolina where the death occurred. The process varies per county.Learn More


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North Carolina Death Certificate FAQs

North Carolina Coroner contact information and release forms.Learn More

Social Security Benefits

Important resources you’ll need for filing to receive social security benefits.Learn More

North Carolina Regulations

Each state follows the Federal Funeral Rule which exists to protect consumers purchasing funeral or cremation services.Learn More

Forms & Releases

Loving Care Cremations provides many of the forms and releases needed for cremation and required by facilities, coroners, and medical examiners for convenience.Learn More

Estate Settlement Tools

Having your loved one’s estate in order prior to their passing is one of the most valuable and important things you can do for your family and yourself. To help you understand estate settlement concepts and prepare for the future, Loving Care Cremations offers information and tools.The information will help you understand what documents and information you will need; help you get organized and prepare for meetings with banks and attorneys.

There are numerous free basic resources available online to assist with estate settlement. Make sure that the information you use is applicable to the State and Country where the deceased had residence.

AARP: Make Sound End-of-Life Decisions

A book we suggest is “Get It Together: Organize Your Records So Your Family Won’t Have To”Legal forms CD included!

North Carolina Regulations

All licensed funeral establishments must adhere to the Federal Funeral Rule, as well as, North California regulations. This legislation protects families who are making arrangements and purchasing funeral and cremation services. State and local governments also provide their own regulatory requirements.

Links to North California Regulations:

What is the Federal Funeral Rule?

The Funeral Rule, enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), makes it possible for you to choose only those goods and services you want or need and to pay only for those you select, whether you are making arrangements when a death occurs or in advance. The Rule allows you to compare prices among funeral homes.  Source: Federal Trade Commission.


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